The Walk Raleigh project is brought to you by the good folks at CityFabric. Their latest tweet is interesting, with an equivalent Facebook post mentioning more permanent signs. Incredibly positive response to our signs! We have a meeting with the city in a month! #walk #raleigh #community #health #interaction — WalkRaleigh (@WalkRaleigh) January 23, 2012
Examples of sustainability in Raleigh are becoming easier and easier to spot these days. In a city filled with different government bodies, solar projects, hybrid cars, and rain collection systems are just a few examples of the things that all the government players in Raleigh have or will have in the coming years. The city, […]
Downtown’s green and sustainability cred is certainly rising these days. Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are being installed into the newest parking deck on Edenton Street. As of this weekend, six, five shown in the picture above, stations are installed on the ground floor of the deck and wiring is run for more. There is […]
Watch a video of Raleigh City Farm from Laurel Varnado on Vimeo. We envision a small central farm located in downtown Raleigh that grows and markets food in the city. Core operations are self-sufficient, sustained by revenue from sales to Raleigh residents and restaurants. We are part of a sustainable food system that provides competitively […]
Isn’t talking about an arena in downtown thrilling? Mayor Charles Meeker seems to be pushing it but the Triangle Business Journal’s poll indicates that many readers are not in favor of it. I welcome the sports arena much closer to downtown but only when it makes sense. I feel it is too early to start […]
The downtown Raleigh wifi, provided to you at no cost, is up and running. I’m actually writing this blog post while sitting on a bench on Fayetteville Street and the results are very satisfying. I have all my social media applications running just fine and checking my e-mail is pretty snappy. I’m actually quite impressed […]
Raleigh residents will soon have another reason to visit downtown Raleigh. The City’s free, outdoor public WiFi network will be available on Oct. 23 for those looking to get online, just in time for the grand opening of the City Plaza and the Raleigh Wide Open 4 celebration on Oct. 24. City of Raleigh | […]
Raleigh also has a grand old hotel. But it’s no longer a hotel. It should be again. via Raleigh’s next step: Sir Walter Hotel – Triangle Business Journal:.